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Blu-ray Review - Fanny Hill / The Phantom Gunslinger

FANNY HILL and THE PHANTOM GUNSLINGER

Although the promise of a rare Russ Meyer work will sell this double feature to the curious, the pairing of "Fanny Hill" and "The Phantom Gunslinger" is more about broad comedy and Albert Zugsmith's commitment to the advancement of silly business. If boings on a soundtrack, cakes smashed into faces, people slipping and falling, and little people scurrying around are your thing, this double shot of absurdity is going to scratch that itch in a major way. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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